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Britain’s infrastructure
Captains of Industry
ben.marshall@ipsos.com
February 2017
2Deloitte – Public service expectations| August 2016 | FINAL |
Methodology
• Ipsos MORI conducted 114 interviews
with resp...
To what extent
do you agree or
disagree…?
Q
Captains’ attitudes towards infrastructure
95
93
83
69
40
0
3
6
13
43
Investin...
80%
68%
66%
60%
56%
52%
32%
20%
19%
12%
4%
0%
1%
High speed broadband
New housing supply
Airports
Rail infrastructure - tr...
Captains
High speed broadband
New housing supply
Airports
Rail (stations, tracks)
Energy (ex. nuclear)
Motorways/major roa...
Further information
ben.marshall@ipsos.com
Ipsos MORI Infrastructure
Ipsos MORI Infrastructure works
with infrastructure l...
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Ipsos MORI Captains of Industry Survey 2016 - Britain's Infrastructure

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A new Ipsos MORI survey of Captains of Industry finds that industry leaders’ top priorities for investment are very different to those of the British public.

The findings come from the annual survey of FTSE 500 business leaders which found them putting encouraging investment in infrastructure at the top of the list of policies they think should be included in the Government’s new Industrial Strategy.

The study’s findings chime with those from an Ipsos MORI survey of the public, also undertaken in late 2016. Business and public sentiment is aligned in several key respects. Both think that as a country we are not doing enough to meet our infrastructure needs and investing in infrastructure is vital to Britain's future economic growth. Captains’ hold these views even more strongly than the public.

But there are also sharp differences in opinion. The British public want their voices to be heard, with 67% agreeing that delays to infrastructure projects are justified if it means that local communities’ views can be heard properly. Captains are less insistent; only 40% hold this view and 43% disagree.

Business leaders are also even more negative about Britain’s record on infrastructure. 69% think that Britain has a poor record at getting national infrastructure projects right compared to just under half, 48%, of the public.

Most striking, however, are the different priorities both groups have. While flood defences feature highly among the public’s wish-list – 45% choose this – only 19% of Captains thing it should be a priority for investment. The gap is larger for high speed broadband (32% vs 80%) and airports (14% vs 66%).

Neither the public nor Captains prioritise water supply and sewerage, but new housing supply is among their top three.

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Ipsos MORI Captains of Industry Survey 2016 - Britain's Infrastructure

  1. 1. Britain’s infrastructure Captains of Industry ben.marshall@ipsos.com February 2017
  2. 2. 2Deloitte – Public service expectations| August 2016 | FINAL | Methodology • Ipsos MORI conducted 114 interviews with respondents from the top 500 companies by turnover, and the top 100 by capital employed in the UK. • Respondents were Chairmen, Chief Executive Officers, Managing Directors/Chief Operations Officers, Financial Directors, or other executive board directors. • Interviews were primarily carried out face- to-face (8 by telephone) between September and December 2016. • Full details are available at www.ipsos- mori.com
  3. 3. To what extent do you agree or disagree…? Q Captains’ attitudes towards infrastructure 95 93 83 69 40 0 3 6 13 43 Investing in infrastructure is vital to GB's future economic growth As a country we are not doing enough to meet our infrastructure needs I'm fine with foreign investment in new infrastructure in GB if it means it gets built more quickly GB has a poor record at getting national infrastructure projects right Local communities' views on plans for infrastructure should be heard properly, even if it means delays % Strongly/tend to agree % Strongly/tend to disagree Base: 114 interviews with Captains of Industry, September-December 2016
  4. 4. 80% 68% 66% 60% 56% 52% 32% 20% 19% 12% 4% 0% 1% High speed broadband New housing supply Airports Rail infrastructure - track/stations Energy-generation infrastructure The motorway/major road network Nuclear infrastructure to generate energy Local roads Flood defences Water supply and sewerage Don’t know Other None of these Which of these types of infrastructure, if any, do you think should be made a priority for investment for GB? Q Captains’ priorities Base: 114 interviews with Captains of Industry, September-December 2016
  5. 5. Captains High speed broadband New housing supply Airports Rail (stations, tracks) Energy (ex. nuclear) Motorways/major roads Nuclear Local road network Flood defences Water supply/sewerage Which of these types of infrastructure, if any, do you think should be made a priority for investment for GB? Q 66% 60% 52% 19% 12% Base: 1,001 GB adults 16-65 (online), 26 Aug-9 Sept New housing supply Flood defences Rail (stations, tracks) Local road network Energy (ex. nuclear) Motorways/major roads High speed broadband Nuclear Water supply/sewerage Airports Public 45% 44% 36% 32% 17% 14% Base: 114 interviews with Captains of Industry, Sep-Dec 2016 80% 33% 32% 18% 56% 32% 68% 20% 48%
  6. 6. Further information ben.marshall@ipsos.com Ipsos MORI Infrastructure Ipsos MORI Infrastructure works with infrastructure leaders to provide community, customer, and stakeholder insights, supporting infrastructure design, delivery and marketing.

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